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WITH January now officially upon us, many of us will be considering our resolutions for 2023 including mum-of-22 Sue Radford.
The matriarch of Britain’s biggest family took to Instagram on New Year’s Day where she shared her plans for the year to come.
Despite the inclement weather, Sue, 46, decided to go for a dip in the families £27k outdoor pool where she enjoyed a glass of fizz while listening to James Arthur’s latest hits.
“It may be raining but I’m going to get wet anyway, absolutely love this pool,” Sue captioned her snap.
In a second Instagram story slide, she added: “My New Year’s resolutions are to get up at 6:30am and do a swim in this and to care less about what other people think about us because so long as we are happy nothing else matters.”
But it was Sue’s third resolution that she predicted might raise a few eyebrows.
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She added: “And to do a no spend January which funny enough everyone thinks is hilarious.
“So far I have spent £30 on petrol to my mum’s house, does that count?”
No-spend or no-buy months or years are periods of time in which people commit to only buying necessities in a bid to save money.
And it is no wonder the mum is keen to save a few extra pennies as Sue and husband have previously admitted that caring for 22 children is far from cheap.
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Before welcoming Heidie in April 2020, Sue and Noel, from Morecambe, Lancashire, had already spent over £1 MILLION raising their bumper brood.
Reflecting on this eye-watering figure, Noel said: "I try not to think too much about what it costs. What could I have had instead?
"A nice flash car. A Porsche on the driveway."
Meanwhile, Sue joked: "We could have been living in a mansion!”
Instead, the couple – who support themselves with a bakery and don't rely on benefits – have squeezed their large brood into a 10-bed former care home.
With 18 of their children still living at home, Noel is under pressure to provide for his enormous family through his pie shop business.
He said: "It’s about £30,000 just to keep the house going and feed everybody. So it’s a lot of pies we’ve got to sell to support us all!
"It’s a huge responsibility having 22 kids. I try not to let it get to me."
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The family food shop comes in between £300-£400 a week with the family using 16 pints of milk and four loaves of bread a day, and each week they go through 80 yoghurts, three tubes of toothpaste and 24 toilet rolls.
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